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They Came Direct: Immigrant Boats Direct to the Port of Wide Bay: Ariadne 1862

Publisher: Gould Genealogy

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Media: BOOK - paperback, 72 pages
Author: E. Johnson
Year: 2010
ISBN: 9781921807008
Other: 2nd ed., b&w photos, map
Publisher: Gould Genealogy

Contains all known information on this voyage (departed Hamburg Liverpool 5 June 1862, arrived Hervey's Bay 5 October 1862). Details come from official, newspaper and other sources. Also includes b&w photos, and a map.

Includes a passenger list with surname, first name, age, occupation, and nationality, as well as crew lists. Images of all known documents relating to this voyage have been included.

Contents

Definitions of Terms used in Passenger Lists
Crew List
Arrival of the Ariadne off Wide Bay Bar
Arrival of the Ariadne
To the Immigrants per Ariadne
Dinner to Captain Brown and Dr Holman
Health Officer's Report
List of Immigrants
Arrival of the Ariadne
Black Ball Ship "Ariadne"
Special Religions Services
Arrival of the Ariadne, Immigrant Ship at Maryborough
Notes and News
Imports
Twenty Years ago
Explanation
Abbreviations Used
Official Documents

 

 

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